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Weekend numbers: Messi's 43rd hat trick for Barcelona; Ronaldo gets Juve's 5000th

The FC crew answer your tweets on Liverpool's chances of winning the Premier League, Jose Mourinho's ability to manage a top side again and more.
Gab Marcotti believes the personality issue between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho is merely the Man United manager's attempt to create a scapegoat.
Following Manchester United's resounding defeat at Liverpool, Craig Burley slams the club's lack of leadership, from the boardroom to the pitch.
Jose Mourinho did not appreciate getting asked if he has the backing of the dressing room following Manchester United's loss to Liverpool.
With Liverpool getting their first league win over Manchester United since 2014, FC's Shaka Hislop examines the gulf in class between the two sides.
Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop break down Arsenal's surprising loss to Southampton, and determine if more defensive struggles are on the horizon for the Gunners.

Liverpool went back to the top of the Premier League table with an emphatic 3-1 win over Manchester United, while Cristiano Ronaldo helped Juventus to yet another milestone with a goal in their 1-0 derby win against Torino. Meanwhile, Lionel Messi did Lionel Messi things (scored three, assisted two) as Barcelona thrashed Levante 5-0. Here are the best numbers from the weekend's action:


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Lionel Messi is the first player to reach double figures for both goals (14) and assists (10) in the top...

La Liga's maverick magicians entertain Spain from their backyards

Any other 37-year-old man with a mop of shockingly bleached hair, dancing wildly late on a Sunday night, shirt off and posing like the Hulk in full "You wouldn't like me when I'm angry" mode, would draw derogatory comments about his "midlife crisis." But Joaquin Sanchez is no ordinary man. No ordinary footballer, either.

Somehow, the Real Betis captain is dreams made flesh. Wildly talented at football, uproariously funny, durable given that his club's medics announced last season that he's been...

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Emmanuel Boateng ends Barca's unbeaten La Liga season to top Power Rankings

ESPN FC's global editorial desks nominate their top weekend performers. This week's No. 1 ended Barcelona's quest for an unbeaten season in La Liga, with a hat trick in the Blaugrana's surprise defeat.

1. Emmanuel Boateng | Levante

Why he's here: Barcelona hadn't lost to Levante in La Liga since 1964; their trip to Valencia should've been a formality a week before the league's final matchday, with hopes of an unbeaten campaign high. Boateng's hat trick changed all that, dooming the Blaugrana...

 By Arch Bell

Shaq Moore: From a rat-infested locker room to La Liga to the USMNT

Shaq Moore can recall the moment he saw the rat.

It was early November 2015, and the then-18-year-old was in the early days of his first European soccer experience with Huracan Valencia, a club formerly in Spain's third tier. After playing with the United States Under-20 team at the 2015 U20 World Cup, Moore had five first-team appearances under his belt after signing as a reserve team player in May, but then the paychecks stopped coming. The uniforms weren't being washed because there was no...

Gareth Bale gets redemption in Real Madrid's 2-0 win over Levante

MADRID -- Three quick thoughts from the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu as Real Madrid end a bad week with a straightforward 2-0 La Liga win over Levante on Sunday night.

1. Redemption for Bale

A game in which Madrid at least steadied the ship after a stormy week was in particular about Gareth Bale getting back on the score sheet and answering his critics in his own preferred way.

Bale had been copping a lot of flak recently from fans and pundits, some of whom argued after the two defeats in four...

Three points: Real Madrid easily take care of business vs. Levante

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 15th goal in only the eighth game of the season, a new Liga record.

VALENCIA, Spain -- Three things we learned from Real Madrid's straightforward 5-0 victory at Levante's Ciutat de Valencia stadium in Saturday afternoon's La Liga meeting.

1. Madrid warm up nicely for big week

This was billed as a possible banana skin for Madrid, who were heading to Levante straight after the international break, in a stadium where they had just two -- very narrow -- wins in their last five visits.

But instead it was a stroll in the Valencian sunshine, with the three points all but...